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A.C. Earle’s Cavalry Company


Citadel Flag by Marilyn

Company B, 37th Virginia Cavalry
A.C. Earle’s Company

In June of 1862, the Confederate Army was facing a great crisis, and it was not on the battlefield. Following the time honored tradition of raising military units from the militia; the Confederacy had run out of time. Most enlistments had been for either six months or for a single year, not for the war. The Confederate Army was about to go home in mass. Legislation poured in and America’s first draft began. In order to remain as true as possible to the spirit of individual choice that had driven the formation of the Confederacy; men were allowed to choose the unit in which they wished to re-enlist. Bedlam is the only word to describe the organizational chaos that came forth.

The Fourth South Carolina was one of the units most affected by that decision. Micah Jenkins, driven by his own goals sought the formation of the Palmetto Sharpshooters. The drain of men to this unit left the Fourth hollow, entire companies migrated to Jenkins, as did individuals. The Fourth was not the only unit affected, all of the units currently in the field and those still being formed were also turned upside down. The Ninth South Carolina Volunteers simply ceased to exist. At least three other factors broadly affected this reorganization. The first was the belief by the men that the spirit of individual freedom was deeply violated by the idea of a conscripted army. The second was the desire of the men to serve in their native state, a state already partially invaded and under siege. The third was the desire of the men to come home, many having seen the elephant and had wisely decided the elephant was both big and bad. Against that backdrop men made statements of intent, only to change their mind, not fully, or perhaps more than fully, understanding the level of commitment involved. A good deal concerning the future made today, might be replaced with a better deal tomorrow. Against this backdrop Ambrose C. Dunn from Georgia sought to form his new unit.

Lt. Col. Ambrose C. Dunn, was born Randolph Co., GA in 1840. He had served as Capt. in 60th GA Infantry. He was relieved of command as result of court martial Nov., 1861. In April 1862, Dunn began to recruit for his partisan unit. Most of first recruits were former members of the 4th SC Infantry. Earle's Company or Company B of what would eventual become the 37th Virginia Cavalry was drawn from this wellspring of the old Fourth South Carolina. These men would join Dunn’s unit and many of them clearly were still considered to be a part of the Fourth. At least they were considered a part by the men who would inherit leadership of the old unit. The Fourth S.C.V. would be unable to reach the quota of men needed for a Regiment and would form as the Thirteenth Infantry Battalion. As would be expected both units claimed certain individuals. The Thirteenth Battalion is occasional known incorrectly as the Fourth Infantry Battalion. You will therefore find men enlisted in the Fourth S.C.V., the Thirteenth S.C. Battalion, and as we shall see shortly, not only the 37th Virginia but also the Hampton Legion. For our study we need only remember that a number of the men who joined Dunn and followed Capt. A.C. Earle would be listed as having deserted the Fourth and carried forward on the rolls of the new Thirteenth Battalion.

It is now time to turn our eyes in a different direction to follow the tide that would engulf the boys of the new Company B, 37th Virginia Cavalry. In just a short period of time the decimation of the Hampton Legion Infantry in front of the little Dunker Church at Sharpsburg would be finished. The remains of that unit were moved from Hood’s Texas Brigade to Jenkins’ South Carolina Brigade. When that was done the unit was revitalized by the addition of the survivors of the Thirteenth Infantry Battalion to the Hampton Legion Infantry. These men would become known as Companies I and K of the Hampton Legion Infantry. Since many of the members of the old Fourth and Thirteenth were carried as absent, they were moved forward on the rolls of the reconstituted Hampton Legion Infantry. These men had scattered not only to units like the 37th Virginia but also to other units within Jenkins’ Brigade. Many had returned to South Carolina and cast their fate inside the state. Thus it happens that the following combined roster attempts to follow the men of the unit. The only way a genealogist, or other individual, doing research can be absolutely sure of where a man was at any given moment is to view the Compiled Service Record of that man in each of these units and see when he was listed as present for muster. A final note, the deserters being returned to General Jenkins in Morristown, Tennessee in the recollection are probably victims of this organizational chaos, not true deserters. Another small tragedy in a greater drama. As always good luck and good hunting.




From the Virginia Regimental Series "36th and 37th Battalions Virginia Cavalry," by J. L. Scott, c. 1986, H. E. Howard, Inc., Lynchburg, VA. ISBN 0-930919-25-4

My thanks to Annette for all of the Virginia Information

Brigadier General Albert Jenkins formed 43 companies "all recruited from west of the Blue Ridge Mountains," into "3 regiments and 2 battalions," one being the 37th Battalion VA Cavalry. whose history had begun 6 mos. earlier as Dunn's Partisan Rangers. Lt. Col. Ambrose C. Dunn, born Randolph Co., GA in 1840, served as Capt. in 60th GA Inf., relieved of command as result of court martial Nov. 1861. In April 1862, Dunn began to recruit for his partisan unit. Most of first recruits were former members of the 4th SC Infantry. In August (1862), Dunn's Battalion was increased to six companies when men from NC and SW VA joined him. Col. William A. Jackson arrested Dunn for dereliction of duty (failed to advance his troops around Beverly, VA), was found guilty be court martial Nov. 6 (1863), and cashiered. Maj. James Caliborne left in command of 37th.

Brigadier General Bradley T. Johnson appointed as commander of the brigade. Jefferson Davis remitted CS sentence, and Lt. Col. Dunn rejoined the battalion. In August, it was Dunn who blew up the courthouse in Chambersburg, PA. Battalion was evidently poorly commanded and lacking in military discipline. Lost battalion flag at Milford on 23 Oct 1864. Co. B transferred to the 19th VA Cavalry, in February 1865.

"The 37th Battalion Virginia Cavalry was organized August 2, 1862 as a Partisan Ranger battalion and mustered in as "regular cavalry" in Lewisburg, November 1862."

Field and Staff
Ambrose C. Dunn - Lt. Col.
James R. Claiborne - Capt., Maj.
Thomas J. Hall - Adj.
T. A. Hardy - Adj.
Harry H. Brogan - Adj.
John Henry Tabler - Acting Adj
. Charles R. Duncan – Quartermaster
Reuben Harvey Fishburn - Asst. Quartermaster
Charles E. Bernard - Acting Ass't Commissary
John Henry Greer – Surgeon
T. L. Anderson - Asst. Surgeon
Samuel Compton - Asst. Surgeon
N. G. Gibson - Asst. Surgeon
Charles William Timms - Asst. Surgeon
B. B. Blair – Chaplain
James H. Brooks - Drill Master
Co. B: formed April 15, 1862, mainly of recruits from Pickens County, SC, who had originally joined the 4th SC Infantry.

Captain - A. C. Earle
Lieutenants - B. W. Mulligan; Monrell Wallace; Samuel G. West; James W. Griffin

Guide To Virginia Military Organizations, 1861-1865

37th Battalion Virginia Cavalry

Dunn, Ambrose D., Lt. Col. 1862-1865 (resigned March 25)
Claiborne, James Robert, Maj, 1865
This command was organized August 2, 1862 as Dunn's Bn. of Partisan Rangers, or "Dunn's Partisans," and was changed to "regular cavalry" in November 1862 when it was officially recognized by the A&IGO as the 37th Bn. Va. Cav.

Co. A - Capt. James R. Claiborne's Co.: org. 1 Aug 1862

Co. B - Capt. A. G. Earle's Co.: enlisted 15 Apr 1862 from former members of the 4th Regt. S.C. Inf. which was disbanded at the expirations of the 12 months term of enlistment in April, 1862. Nearly all the members of this company are found to have been reported as "deserters" on 31 December 1862 rolls of Companies I and K, Hampton Legion, S C Vols. This company was assigned to the 19th Bn. S. C. Cav. per S. O. No. 44, A&IGO, and dated 22 Feb 1865.

Co. C - Capt William C. R. Tapscott's Co.: org 2 Aug 1862

Co. D - Capt. I. W. Brown's Co.: org. 2 Aug 1862

Co. E - Capt Edgar C. Phelps' Co.: enlisted 29 Sep 1862 for three years; company organized 1 Oct 1862 by appointment of commissioned officers, and some changes were made when company was reorganized by election Nov. 1862

Co. F - Capt. M. T. Norman's Co.: org 26 Oct 1862; composed of NC volunteers.

Co. G - Capt Ned T. Bridges' Co.: org 6 Feb 1863

Co. H. - Capt. William H. Payne's Co.: org. 8 Jan 1863 and afterwards on detached service in the Dept of S. W. Va. assigned to Swann's Bn. Va. Cav. and authorized to be divided into two companies per SO No. 130, HQ Dept West VA and East TN, dated 28 Dec 1864. The two companies are reported to have served subsequently as Captains. John H. Tabler's and H. B. Vaughn's Companies, Swann's Bn. Va. Cav.

Co. I - Capt. E. Young's Co.: org. 1 Apr 1863

Co. K - Capt. C. C. Pack's Co.: formerly Capt. C.C. Pack's Co. 21st Regt. Va. Cav. enlisted from 10 May 1863 for the war and company organized 17 or 18 Aug 1863; transferred to the 36th Bn. Va. Cav. from the 21st Regt. Va. Cav. prior to 5 Jun 1864.

Units of the Confederate States Army
Crute

The Thirty-seventh Cavalry Battalion was organized in August 1862, as Dunn’s Partisan Rangers. The battalion contained four companies and November was changed to regular cavalry. It was assigned to W.E. Jones’, McCausland’s, and W.L. Jackson’s Brigade. During April 1864, it totaled 300 effectives and by June had increased its strength to ten companies. It was involved in various operations in western Virginia and East Tennessee, and then saw action in the Shenandoah Valley. The unit was disbanded in mid-April, 1865. Lieutenant Colonel Ambrose C. Dunn and Major J.R. Claiborne were in command.

Biographies:

Ambrose C. Dunn - Lt. Col. – Lee’s Colonels, Krick, page 125
James R. Claiborne - Capt., Maj- Lee’s Colonels, Krick, page 92.
Brigadier General William Edmondson (Grumble) Jones, Generals in Gray, Warner, page 166
Brigadier General John McCausland, Generals in Gray, Warner, page 197
Brigadier General William Lowther (Mudwall) Jackson, Generals in Gray, Warner, page 153
Brigadier General Albert Gallatin Jenkins, Generals in Gray, Warner, page 154
Brigadier General Micah Jenkins, Generals in Gray, Warner, page 155

Bibliography

Compiled Service Records Microfilm.
Crute, Joseph, Confederate Staff Officers.
Crute, Joseph, Units of the Confederate States Army.
Hewett, Janet and Lawrence, Joyce; South Carolina Confederate Soldiers, 1961-65, Volume I, Name Roster, Volume II, Unit Roster, Broadfoot Publishing.
Krick, Robert K., Lee’s Colonels.
Scott, J.L. The 36th and 37th Battalions Virginia Cavalry.
Warner, Ezra, Generals in Gray.
Unknown, Guide To Virginia Military Organizations, 1861-1865.


Operations of A.C. Earle’s Cavalry Company
U.D.C. Vol. II, page 39
Some Recollections of a Confederate Veteran
H.M. Singleton

Singleton, H. M. - enlisted in Greenville, S. C. June 10, 1863, in Co. B., 27th Virginia Cavalry. He was absent, wounded on Nov. 1863-Aug 1864 roll. Admitted Richmond Hosp. Aug 16, 1864. (Thanks A., who has helped locate the Virginia Information found in the Roster and all of the Virginia information.)

H.M. Singleton is not found in A.C. Earle’s Company in Broadfoot’s Guide to Men in Service from South Carolina. He is listed as having served in the Twenty-Sixth S.C.V. There is also a Henry M. Singleton listed in Company G of Orr’s Rifles. Carroll Jamison and James Barrott are not shown in the company rolls either. C. Jamison is listed as having served in Company C of the Sixteenth S.C.V. and there is a Carrol Jamison listed as serving in Company E of the Second South Carolina Rifles. The Rifles would have been with Jenkins Brigade, the unit the prisoners were delivered to. James Barrott is listed as serving with First S.C. Artillery spelled as James Barrett. Carroll Jamison is listed in Broken Fortunes by Kirkland as having died in Tennessee serving with Company B of the Thirty-Seventh Virginia Cavalry. This illustrates perfectly the imperfections of the information found in the Compiled Service Records and other service records of the Confederate Era. It also shows the importance of alternate sources like the U.D.C. books, Confederate Veteran, and the Southern Historical Journal.

I was a member of Capt. A.C. Earle’s Company, made up of South Carolina soldiers from Pickens, Anderson and Greenville. We were ordered to report to General W.E. Jones, commanding a brigade of cavalry in West Virginia. We soon found ourselves into it. Gen. Jones had orders to hold the railroad from Lynchburg, Virginia to Bristol, Tennessee, at all hazards. That, every soldier knew, meant something. We had to ride over rough mountains and cross large rough rivers, through the cold, wet, mud. Where Gen. Jones was, there was his headquarters also. We had no winter quarters or tents. We were moving all the time day and night.

In November, 1863, we were ordered to meet Gen. Longstreet at Knoxville, Tennessee, which was a long rough march. I was put on provost guard with twenty-five of our company at Bristol, Tennessee, to guard our army stores, depot, etc. We had to guard prisoners and ship them to headquarters. On the 3rd of January, 1864, 12 of us boys were detailed to carry 13 deserters from Longstreet back to their command, then in camp at Morristown, Tennessee. We had three days rations in our haversacks, blankets, guns and forty rounds of cartridges to carry. It was forty-five miles to Morristown, through a thinly settled section of county filled with bushwhackers, which made the journey all the more perilous. This trip was made on foot. We were formed in a line and the prisoners in another, the order read out from headquarters to shoot if any resistance was made by the deserters. It was the coldest weather we had ever saw and remained so for about a month. It snowed every day or two and took 13 days to make the trip. We were not used to walking and the snow and ice soon wore out our shoes and socks and our feet were sore and bleeding, but we had no way to help it. We arrived at Holston River at Rogersville. The ferryman informed us that it was a mile across and mush ice floating in the river and it was hard for us to get along. We all got over safe and found the snow ten inches deep with a thick crust on top. We tramped hard that day in order to reach Morristown. Late in the evening we came in sight. We reported to Gen. Jenkins and turned the prisoners over to the guard and went and drew two days rations and camped there for the night. No pen can picture or tongue tell of the suffering with cold and hunger, beside our blistering and bleeding feet. But it was still worse getting back to the command. It was 85 miles back through snow and ice with only two days rations and no chance to buy anything or nothing ot buy with. We got back to Holston River that night and camped under a bluff near the bank and kept from freezing by scuffling, jumping, and skinning a cat on a big oak limb. Next morning the river froze over and we were compelled to cross on the ice. That day was clear with awful cold wind.

Article 2, U.D.C., page 37

We crossed the Holston River on the ice. After we had all crossed safely, we sat down and gave thanks to our Heavenly Father. We marched on that day and camped out that night and sent out two of our men to buy or beg something to eat, for we had eaten frozen biscuit until we were tired of them. When they returned and informed us that they had the promise of some warm biscuit and fresh mutton for breakfast it made us all feel better. The weather was still very cold and we would not allow anyone to sleep for fear of freezing. Next morning we got out the mutton and biscuit and divided it out soldier fashion for we did not know when we would get any more and started on our march in a big hurry for our time was out. But before we had gone five miles we all began to get very sick and had nothing to give relief and nowhere to lie down except on the cold ice. We soon found out that we had been poisoned for the cold biscuit had a peculiar smell that would gag us. Now death was preferable to life. By vomiting up all we had eaten and not drinking any water we all lived through the day and struck up at camp that night. Next morning two of our men fell at the camp, James Barrott and Carroll Jamison, neither of them could walk a step. Jamison died, Barrott survived.

We carried them to a house and left them with a good lady and she took care of them. When Jamison died she had a nice walnut coffin made and buried him at a Baptist Church.. His name was put on a board at the head of his grave and marked as follows,"Carroll Jamison of Co. B, 37th Batallion Va. Cav., of Capt. A.C. Earle’s Co., S.C." Barrott reported for duty in about 15 days. We had been gone so long and marched so long in the cold that we ere unable for duty sometimes.

We spent the winter and spring scouting the country around Bristol, Tennessee, to the Cumberland Gap, taking many prisoners and a number of srmy stores and forage. The suffering of the soldiers that winter will never be told.

Early in the spring we moved to Saltville, Virginia, still guarding the railroad and other public works along that road. We routed them at that place but they kept cutting through and going on until we captured everything they had and routed them completely. Capt. Earle was ordered to Saltville again to guard the salt works, for that was an important place for it supplied the southern army with salt. I shall never forget Capt. Earle for he was kind. He did not allow any of his company to suffer if he could avoid it. May the Lord reward him for his kindness to us all. May the Lord bless all the officers of our company. I will always remember Lieut. J.A. Griffin and Orderly T.P. Looper for that noble sprit they exhibited with many others. Some have crossed the river.

Source: The Robert A. Thompson Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Westminister, South Carolina.


Roster From Broadfoot Guide to Confederate Soldiers in Service from South Carolina.
Bowen, J.H, 1st Lt. Griffin, J.A. Miller, Jacob
Bowen, W.T., Sgt. Griffin, R.T. Morgan, W.M.
Braile, E Grubbs, R.W. Morris, J.W.
Brazile, B. B., 3rd Lt. Grubbs, W.T. Nally, J.N.
Brazile, D.K., Sgt. Hagood, J.W. Owens, Duke
Brazile, S.A. Hammond, W.A. Palmer, C.
Brazile, S.H. Hays, B. Pickle, W.J.
Brown, J.G. Hembree, J.E. Pickrell. W.R.
Brown, W.S. Hembree, J.G. Pitts, William, Cpl.
Burdine, A.M. Hickman, John Richey, J.R.
Burdine, R.H. Hill, H.B. Richey, John
Burgess, J. Johnston, J.T. Sadler, A., 1st Sgt.
Burress, William Johnston, S.R. Sherly, B.F.
Carrroll, N.P. Jolly, J.A. Sherly, W.C.
Cason, P.E. Lawrence, J.R. Sherly, W.C. Cpl.
Christopher, T.C. Lawson, A.J. Simmons, D.L.
Cooley, W.H. Lee, D.H., Sgt. Simmons, W.H.
Couch, Henry Luper, H.M. Skelton, J.O.
Couch, W.T. Luper, T.P. Smith, J.S.
Cramer, S.H. Marrett, W.A. Suber, L.
Cunningham, John, Cpl. Maxwell, P.E. Wallace, M.W.
Duke, H.M., Sgt. McAdams, John Watson, C.M.
Duke, J.T. McFall, W.A., Cpl. Watson, D.S.
Earle, A.C. Capt. McFall, W.C. Watson, J.N.
Earle, J.W. McGee, W.R.D. Werner, E.
Fant, E. McJunkin, Robert Wilson, James, 2 Lt.
Fennell, T.G. McLeese, J.A. Wyatt S.T.
Gaillard, C.D. McLeese, W.R. Young, E.M
Glosp, William P. McWhorter, J.A.
Godfrey, A. McWhorter, J.B.


Rosters of Men in Earle's Company
37th Virginia, Co. B/Roster Earle's Co. Roster Fourth Infantry Roster Thirteenth Infantry Battalion Roster Hampton Legion Roster Others With Like Names
Backley, W. C. . H/Rackley, W.B. Rackley, W.B./C Rackly, W.B./K Rackley, William, B./PSS/B
Bagwell, James . D/4, Emery Bagwell Bagwell, J.E./A./ Cpl Bagwell, E/ K .
Bagwell, J. E. . See Above See Above See Above .
Barett, J. L. . . . See James Barnett .
Barnett, James . . . . (Barnett, James, E. 16th SCV/A,H, Sgt.)
Bently, George . . . . .
Blakeley, George . . . . .
Blakeley, R. D. M. . . . . .
Blevins, Hamilton . . . . .
Bowen, J. I. Bowen, J.H, 1st Lt I/4 John H. Bowen 1st Lt. J.H. Bowen, /C Bowen, John H./ Capt/, K .
. Bowen, W.T., Sgt I/4 Bowen, William T. Bowen, W.T.,/C/Sgt. . (Bowen, W.T., 2nd Rifles/E/ Sgt.)
Breazeole, E. Brazile, E J/4 Breazeale, Enoch Breazeale, Enoch, / A Breazeale, E./ K (Breazeale, Enoch, 6th SC Cav./ E/Cpl.)
Breazeole, B. B. Brazile, B. B., 3rd Lt J/4, Breazeale, Balie B., Sgt. Breazeale, B.B. /A/ First Sgt. Breazeale, B.B./K (Breazeale, B.B., 6th S.C. Cav/E/Sgt.)
Breazeole, D. R. Brazile, D.K., Sgt J/4 Breazeale, David K., Cpl. Breazeale, D.K., / A Breazeale, D.,/K (Breazeale, David K., 6th S.C. Cav/E)
. Brazile, S.A J/4 , Breazeale, Stephen A. . . (Brazeale, Stephen A, 2nd Rifles/L/ 2nd Lt.)
Breazeole, S. H. Brazile, S.H J/4, Breazeale, Silas H. Breazeale, S.H., / A Breazeale, S./ K (Breazeale, Silas H., 6th S.C. Cav/E.)
Brown, H. J. . . . . .
Brown, J. T. Brown, J.G H/4 Brown, John . Brown, John F./ K .
Brown, W. S. Brown, W.S H/4 Brown, W.S. Brown, W.S.,/ C Brown, W.S./ K (Brown, W.S., 7th S.C. Cav/K)
Burdine, A. M. Burdine, A.M . Burdine, A.M./ C Burdine, A.M./K (Burdine, M. H., 6th S.C. Cav/A?)
Burdine, J. M. . . . . .
. Burdine, R.H I/4 Burdine, Richard Burdine, R.H, /C . .
Burgess, J. A. Burgess, J. D/4, Burgess, Joseph Andrew Burgess, J.A., / A . (Burgess, Joseph A, 6th SC Cav/ A)
Burgess, F. M. . H/4, Burgess, F.M. Burgess, F.M, / C Burgess, F.M/ K (Burgess, Felix, 20th SCV/I)
Buress, William N. Burress, William C/4, Burriss, William, M. Sgt. Burriss, Wm, /E Burress, Wm./ I .
Calhoun, John . . . . .
Campbell, T. M. . E/4, Campbell, Thomas Aaron F. . . .
Carter, M. L. . See Below . . .
Casey, M. L. . E/4, Casey, Martin Luther Casey, M.L../C Casey, M.L./ K .
Chambers, E. R. . . . . (Chambers, E.R., Hagood's First/E)(Chambers, E.R., 2nd SCV/C
Chastine, J. N. . K/4,Chastain, Joseph Newton Chasteen, J.N./ A . (Chastien, J.R., Butler's First/B)
Clardy, J. F. . D/4, Clardy, John Franklin Clardy, J.F., Sgt.Maj Clardy, J/ K (Clardy, J.F., 18th SCV/D/Sgt.)
. Carroll, N.P. K/4, Carrell, Newell Pickens Carrell, N.P. /E Carrell, Newell P./ I .
. Cason, P.E I/4 Cason, Pickens E. Cason, P.E, / C . (Cason, P.E., 4th SC Cav/ C)
. Christopher, T.C. I/4 Christopher, Tinsley Christopher, T.C.,/C . .
. Cooley, W.H I/4 maybe, Cooley Walter G. Cooley, W.G.,/C . .
Couch, H. C. Couch, Henry I/4 Couch, Henry Couch, Henry, / C Couch, H./K .
Couch, W. Thomas Couch, W.T I/4 Couch, William T. Couch W.T. /C Couch, W.T./K (Couch Wm. 3rd Reserves/F)
(Couch, Wm.,16th SCV/G)
. Cunningham, John, Cpl. B/4, Cunningham, John Cunningham, John, /E Cunningham, John/ I (Cunningham, John, 2nd SC Cav/ K)
Cunningham, T. B. . G/4, Cunningham, Thomas B. . . (Cunningham, T.B., PBLA/H,I)
Davenport, D. D. . . . . (Davenport, D.N., 16th SCV/E
Dickerson, E. R. . . . . .
Dickerson, W. A. . . Dickinson, W.A./ E . .
Dickinson, J. H. . . Dickinson, J.H./E Dickinson, J.H./ I .
Duckett, John W. . H/4, Duckett, J.W. Duckett, J.W., /C Duckett, J.W./ K .
Duncan, Andrew . G/4, Duncan, A.S. Duncan, A.S., /B . (Duncan, A., PBLA/A,H,I)((Duncan, A.S., 7th SC Cav/G)(Duncan, A.S., Rut.Mtd Rif)(Duncan, A.S., 3 Reserves Sgt.)
. Duke, H.M., Sgt E/4. Henry Madison Duke . . (Duke, H.M., PSS/B)
. Duke, J.T E/4, John Tyler Duke . . (Duke, J.T., PSS/B)
Earle, A. C Earle, A.C. Capt. B/4, Alexander C. Earle Earle, A.C., / A. Earl, A.C./ K .
. Earle, J.W B/4, James W. Earle . . (Earle, J.W. 2nd SC Cav/K)
(Earle, J.W. 1st SC Cav/F/Lt.)
Erskin, J. C. . . . . .
Erwin, J. B. . H/4, Erwin, J.B. Ervin, J.B./ C Ervin, J.B/ K .
. Fant, E D/4, K/4, Edward Waldo Fant Fant, E.W./E Fant, E.W./ I/K .
Farcloth, T. A. . . . . .
Farr, B. . G/4, Farr, Bayles, Sgt. Farr, B., /B/ Sgt . (Farr, Baylus E, 3rd Reserves/F
Farr, J. D. . G/4, Farr, John T., Cpl Farr, J.T./ B,/Cpl . (Farr, J.D., 16th SCV/C)(Farr, J.T., 16th SCV/C/Sgt)
Flick, John . . . . .
Forrest, J. E. . . . . (Forrest, James, 16th SCV/H
Foster, R. F. . . Foster, Ranson/D/ Sgt Foster, Ranson/ K/1st Sgt0 (Foster, Ransom, 18th SCV/D
Freeman, J. O. . E/4, Freeman, James Oliver Freeman, J.O. /C. Freeman, J.O./ K (Freeman, J.O. 5th SC Cav/E/Ord Sgt)
. Fennell, T.G I/4 Fennel, Tilman G. Fennell, T.J./ G Fennell, T.G./ K .
. Gaillard, C.D B/4, Charles David Gaillard . . (Galliard, C.D., First State Troops/A)
(Galliard, C.D., PSS/C)
. Glosp, William P D/4, Glasspy, Wm. Pickney Glaspy, W.P./A . (Glaspy, W.P, 18th SCV/D)
(Glaspy, W.Y., 22nd SCV/G.)
. Godfrey, A. . Godfrey, A., / E Godfrey, A./ K (Godfrey, A.Y., Cavalry)
(Godfrey, A, Butler’s First/H)
. Griffin, J.A. H/4, Griffin, James A., Sgt. Griffin, J.A./ C/1st Sgt. Griffin, J.A./ K .
Griffin, James W., 2nd Lt. . . . . .
Griffin, E. H. . See Below See Below . See Below
Griffin, E. M. . J/4, Griffin, Elijah M. Griffin, E.M/ A . (Griffin, E.M., 6th SC Cav/E/Mus.)
Griffin, R. T. Griffin, R.T H/4, Griffin, Robert T. Griffin, R.T./C . (Griffin, R.T., 2nd Artillery/ C)
. Grubbs, R.W. K/4, Richard Williamson, Sgt. Grubbs, R.W./ E . (Grubbs, R.W., 2nd Rifles/D)
. Grubbs, W.T K/4, Grubbs, Watty Thompson Grubbs, W.T./ E . (Grubbs, W.T., 2nd Rifles/D/Cpl.)
Guston, A. W. . . . . .
Hall, William . . . Hall, W.D./ H (Hall, William D, 2nd Rifles/F)
Hamilton, W. (See Hammond) See Hammond, W.A. . . . .
. Hagood, J.W H/4, Hagood, John H., Cpl Hagood, J.H./C Hagood, J.H./K (Hagood, J.H.2nd Rifles/H)
Hammond, William Alexander Hammond, W.A B/4, Hammond, Wm. A. Hammond, W.A./ A . .
Hawkins, W. H. . G/4, Hawkins, W. Henry Hawkins, W.H./ B Hawkins, W.H./ I (Hawkins, W.H., 16th SCV/H)
Hays, Benjamin T. Hays, B. H/4, Hayes, Benjamin . . .
Heaton, J. C. . . Heaton, J.C./C Heaton, J.C/, K .
Heaton, Warren R. D. . . . . .
Hambree, David . . . . .
. Hembree, J.E D/4, Hembree, John Edward Hembree, J.E./ A Hembree, J.E./ K .
Hembree, James G., Sgt. Hembree, J.G. D/4, Hembree, James Gibson Hembee, J.G./ A . (Hembree, J.G.,Butlers First/ B)
Hendrix, F. E. . . . . (Hendrix, F.E., 1st SC Cav/F)
Hester, J. B. . F/4, Hester, J.B.. Hester, J.B./C . (Hester, James, 16th SCV/K)(Hester, James B., 6 SC Cav)(Hester, J.B., 2nd Cav/F)
. Hickman, John C/4 Hickman, John Clayton Hickman, J.C./ E/Cpl. Hickman, J.C/, I .
. Hill, H.B H/4, Hill, H.B Hill, H.B./C Hill, H.P/ K (Hill, Harlem B., 20th SCV)
Hinton, John A. . I/4, Hinton, John A. Hinton, J.A./ C Hinton, J.A./ K (Hinton, John A., 6th S.C. Cav/A)(Hinton, J.A., 22nd SCV/G)
Horbert, G. S. . . . . .
Holcomb, Charles H. . . . . .
Holtzclaw, J. W. . . Holtzclaw, J.W./ D/Sgt . (Holtzclaw, J.W., PBLA/H/Ord Sgt)
Howell, J. I. . G/4, Howell, John I. Howell, J.I./B/Sgt Howell, J.I./ I .
Hudson, Thomas G. . . . . .
Hunt, R. F. . H/4, Hunt, R.F. Hunt, R.F./ C Hunt, R.F./ K .
Hunt, T. B. . G/4, Hunt, Thomas Butler Hunt, T.B./ B Hunt, T.B./ I .
Hunt, T. J., Sgt. . G/4, Hunt, T.J. Hunt, T.J./ B Hunt, T.J./I .
Hunter, William M. . . . . (Hunter, William M., 2nd Artillery/A/Capt.
Irby, B. J. . . . . .
. . . . . (Jamison, C, 16th SCV/C)(Jamison, Carroll, 2nd Rifles/E)(Mentioned as dying with 37th Virginia)
Jamison, John . . . . (Jamison, John, 2nd Rifles/E)
Johnson, Benjamin . . Johnson, B.C./ A Johnson, B.C./ K .
. Johnston, J.T E/4, Johnston, James T. . . (Johnston, James T., PSS/B)
(Johnston, James T., 2nd Rifles/K/ Cpl.)
. Johnston, S.R. E/4, Johnston, Samuel R. . . (Johnston, S.R., Co. K, 2nd Rifles, Mus.)
. Jolly, J.A D/4, Jolly, Jesse Alphred . . (Jolly, J.A., 22nd SCV, Co. K)
Jones, A. T. . . . . .
Jones, N. B. . D/4, Jones, Newton Berry Jones, N.B./A Jones, N.B./K .
Julien, John . H/4, Julien, John . . (Julien, John, PSS/B/Cpl)
Kay, L. W. . J/4. Kay, Lemuel W. Sgt. . . .
. Lawrence, J.R I/4 Lawrence, Joseph Lawrence, J.R../ C Lawrence, J.R./K .
Laboon, J. A. . D/4, Laboon, Joseph Allen Laboon, J.A./ A . (Laboon, J.A. 6th SC Cav/K
Langston, A. J. . . . . .
. Lawson, A.J. H/4 Lawson, A.J. Lawson, A.J/C Lawson, A.J./ K .
Lawson, J. J. See Above . . . .
. Lee, D.H., Sgt K/4Lee, Daria Humphreys Lee, D.H./E . .
Looper, D. . . . . (Looper, Daniel, 3rd Reserves/H)(Looper, Daniel, First State Troops/B)(Looper, Daniel, 4th Cav Bn./A)
Looper, H.M. Luper, H.M H/4, Looper, Merida, Cpl. Looper, H.M./ C Loper, H.M./K .
Looper, Jerry . . . . (Looper, Jeremiah 3rd Reserves/H)(Looper, Jeremiah 2nd S.C. Cav/H)
Looper, Joseph . . . . .
Looper, S. M., Jr. . . . . (Looper, S.M. 4th Cav. Bn./A)(Looper, S.M., 2nd SC Cav/F)(Looper, Solomon, 3rd Reserves/H)
Looper, S. M., Sr. . . . . (See Above)
Looper, T. P. Luper, T.P H/4, Looper, Thomas P.,Cpl. Looper, T.P/C/Sgt. . .
Looper, W. M. . . . . (Looper, W.F., 4th Cav. Bn./A/Sgt)(Looper, W.F., 2nd SC Cav/F)
Martin, J. F. . J/4, Martin, John Martin, J.R../E Martin, J.R./I .
Martin, W. S. . D/4, Martin, William Smith Martin, W.S./A/Cpl . (Martin, Wm., P.B.L.A./H)
. Marrett, W.A. B/4,Maret, W.A. . . (Marrett, W.A., PSS, Co C)
Masengill, Joseph . . . . Massenjale, J.G., PSS/I
. Maxwell, P.E. E/4 Maxwell, Priestly Earle . Maxwell, Priestly E./B/ Mtd (Maxwell, Priestly E., Co. K, 2nd S.C. Cav.)
. McAdams, John . McAdams, J.T./ C . (2nd Rifles, J.C. in Co. F and J.G. in Co. E.)
McCarrell, W. H., Sgt. . G/4, McCarrell, W.H. McCarrell, W.H./B/Sgt McCarrell, W.H./I .
McCoy, J. F. . . McCoy, J.F./A . McCoy, James, F. 6th SC Cav/K
. McFall, W.A B/4 McFall, W.A. McFall, W.A./A,/Sgt. . (McFall, W.A., Sixth SC Cav, Co A)
. McFall, W.C. B/4, McFall, W.C., McFall, W.C./ A,/Sgt. McFall, Wm./ K (McFall, W.C., PSS, Co C)
. McGee, W.R.D. B/4, Mcgee, W.R.D. McGee, W.R.D/ E McGee, W.R.D./ I .
. McJunkin, Robert H/4 McJunkin, R. McJunkines, Robert/ C . (McJunkins, Robert, 18th SCV, Co C)
. McLeese, J.A. C/4 McLeese, Julius Augustus McLees, J.A./E . .
. McLeese, W.R. C/4, McLeese, William Rufus McLees, W.R./E . .
. McWhorter, J.A I/4, McWhorter, James I. McWhorter, J.A./ C . (McWhorter, J.A. Co. B, 2nd Rifles)
. McWhorter, J.B I/4, McWhorter, James B. . . .
. Miller, Jacob I/4, Miller, Jacob Miller, Jacob/C Miller, Jacob/ K (Miller, Jacob, Post Guard, Senn’s Company)
Millwee, R. B. . J/4, Millwee, R.B. Millwell, R.B. /A . .
Mitchell, J. W. . . . . (Mitchell, J.W., 2nd Art/H)
Morgan, J. H. . . Morgan, J.H./C . (Morgan, J.H., 16th SCV/H)
Morgan, W. M. Morgan, W.M H/4, Morgan, Wm. H/4 Morgan, Wm./C Morgan, Wm./K .
. Morris, J.W .K/4, John William Morris Morris, J.W./ E Morris, J.W./I (Morris, J.W., Co. C, 18th SCV)
(Morris, J.W., 2nd Reserves)
(Morris, J.W., Co. G, 26th SCV)
Mosley, T. H. . H/4, Mosley, T.H. . . Mosely, Thomas, 1 SC Cav/A
Moss, Miles . . . . (Moss, Miles, 6th SC Cav/B)(Moss, M., PBLA/I
Mulligan, B. W., Lt. . . . . .
Nolly, J. Nally, J.N. D/4, Nally, Jeremiah . . (Nally, Jeremiah, Co B, 16th SCV)
. Owens, Duke H/4 Owens, Duke Owens, D.W/C Owens, D.W./ K (Owens, D.W., Co. D, 17th SCV)
. Palmer, C. K/4, Charles Milton and Chandler Palmer, C./E . (Palmer, C., 22nd Inf., D)
(Palmer, Chandler, Co A,D, Sixth S.C. Cav.)
. Pickle, W.J. . . Pickle, W.J./ C Pickle, W.J./K .
. Pickrell. W.R. . Pickrel, W.R./E Pickrell, Wm./I/K .
. Pitts, William, Cpl. E/4, Pitts, William . Pitts, William,/K (Pitts, William, Co. H, PSS)
(Pitts, W.N., Co. C, 2nd Rifles)
Ponder, J. M. . . . . (Ponder, J.M, First State Troops/B/3rd Lt.)(Ponder, J.M., 3rd Reserves/H)
Ponder, W. M. . . . . .
Porter, James H. . H/4, Porter, J.H. Porter, J.H/ C . (Porter, J.F., 6th SC Cav/F)(Porter, J.F., 7th SC Cav/F)
Prince, W. M. . H/4 Prince, Williamson Prince, William/C Prince, William/ K .
Richey, J. R. Richey, J.R. B/4, Richey, John Richey, J.R./ A Richey, Robert/K (Richey, Robert, First State Troops, Co.
Roberson, A. P. . . . . (Robberson, A, 4th SC Cav/C
Roberson, J. A. . . . . (Robberson, Jason, PSS/B
Rockley, W. B. . H/4, Rackley, W.B. Rackley, W.B./C Rackly, W.B./K (Rackley, Willilam B., PSS/B
Rodgers, John C. . D/4, Rogers, John Columbus Rogers, J.C./A Rogers, J.C./K .
Rooper, M. . See Looper, Merida/Looper H.M. . . .
Rooper, T. L. . See Looper, T.P. . . .
Runion, Andrew M. . . . Runion, Andrew M./ F (Runion, A.M., PBLA/I)
Runion, Philip . . . . (Runion, C.P, PBLA/H,I
Sadler, A. S. Sadler, A., 1st Sgt B/4, Archibald S. Sadler Sadler, A.S./E Saddler, A.S./ I (Sadler, A., 4th Bn. Reserves, Co E)
Sanders, W. M. . . . . Sanders, Wm., 6th SC Cav/E
Seawright, W. M. . . . . (Seawright, Wm., Orr's Rifles/G)(5th Reserves/A)(First State Troops/F)
See, J. O. . . . . .
Sherley, B. F. Sherly, B.F. Cpl. D/4, Shirley, B.F. Shirley, B.F./A . .
. Sherly, W.C. D/4, Shirley, W.C . . .
. Sherly, W.C. Cpl. D/4, Shirley, W.C . . .
. Simmons, D.L E/4, Simmons, David Lewis . . (Simmons, D.L., B/PSS)
. Simmons, W.H. H/4, Simmons, W.H. Simmons, W.H/C Simmons, William H./H/Sgt .
Simpson, J. R. . K/4. Simpson, Jonathan Richard Simpson, J.R./ A . (Simpson, J.R., 9th Reserves/E)(Simpson, J.R., Butler's First/B)
Singleton, H. M. . . . . (Singleton, H.M., 20th SCV/E)(Singleton, Henry M., Orr's Rifles/G)
Sizemore, E. . D/4, Sizemore, Ephraim Sizemore, Ephraim/ A Sizemore, E./K .
. Skelton, J.O. K/4, Skelton, James Oliver. Sgt Skelton, J.O./ E,/Sgt. . .
Smith, B. F. . D/4, Smith, Benjamin Franklin Smith, B.F./A/Cpl Smith, B.F./ F Many
Smith, J. G. . D/4, Smith, John Gaston Smith, J.G./ A Smith, J.G./ K Many
. Smith, J.S. F/4, Smith, Jasper S. Smith, J.S./D . (Smith, Jasper S., 16th SCV/A)(Smith, J.S., 16th SCV/B)
Smith, Peter . . . . (Smith, Peter, 16th SCV/B)
Smith, W. L. . D/4, Smith, William L. Smith, W.L./A/Cpl . (Smith, Wily, 16th SCV/B)
Smith, W. S. . D/4, Smith, William . Smith, William/HLI (Smith, W.S., 2nd Rifles/C)
Stewart, A. J. . . . . .
Stewart, T. W. . H/4, Stewart, T.W. . Stewart, T.W./ K .
Stone, A. N. . J/4, Stone, Albert N. Stone, A.M/A . .
Stroud, N. James . G/4, Stroud, Newton J. Stroud, N.J./ B Stroud, N.J./ I (Stroud, N.J, P.B.L.A./I)
. Suber, L. K/4, Suber, H.F. . . (Suber, H.F., 2nd Rifles/D/Sgt)
Talley, J. A. . . . . (Talley, J.A., P.B.L.A./H,I)
Trotter, J. S. . H/4, Trotter, J.S . Trotter, J.R./ I .
Waldrop, W. I. . . . . .
. Wallace, M.W B/4, Wallace, M.W. Wallace, M.W./ A . (Wallace, M.W., Orr's Rifles/B)(Wallace, Moton W., 2nd Rifles/L/Cpl)
Wardlaw, A. C. . J/4, Wardlaw, Andrew, C. Wardlaw, A.C./ A Wardlaw, A.D./K (Wardlaw, A.C., 6th SC Cav/E)
Watkins, E. H. . . . . (Watkins, E.H., 22nd SCV/G/1st Lt.)
Watkins, W. C. . D/4, Watkins, W.C. Watkins, W.C./C Watkins, W.C./ K .
Watson, C. M., Cpl. Watson, C.M I/4, Watson, Cyrus M. Watson, C.M/ C Watson, C.M./ K (Watson, Cyrus M., 6th SC Cav./A, K)
Watson, D. S. Watson, D.S. I/4, Watson, Daniel S. Watson, D.S./C Watson, D.S./ K (Watson, D.S., 7th SC Cav./G)(Watson, Daniel S., 6th SC Cav./A,K)
. Watson, J.N. D/4, Watson, J.N. Watson, J.M./A . .
. Werner, E. K/4, Werner, William Edward . Werner, W.E./ I .
West, Samuel G., 2nd Lt. . G/4, West, S. James/1st Sgt. West, S.J./B/1st Sgt. West, S.J./ I .
West, Thomas W. . G/4, West, Thomas W/1st Lt. . . .
White, A. F. . K/4, White, Andrew Franklin . . .
Whitmore, W. M. . H/4, Whitmire, William Whitmire, W.M/C Whitmire, W.M./ K (Whitmire, W.M.A., 6th SC Cav/K)
Williams, J. B. . Many . . .
Williams, Joseph S. . H/4, Williams, J.S. . Williams, J.S./K .
Williams, J. Silas . See Above . See Above .
Williams, P. H. . I/4, Williams, P.H. . . .
Willis, William, Sr. . . . . (Willis, William, PSS/H)
Willson, James A. . . . Wilson, J.A./ K (Wilson, James A, 2nd SC Rifles/B)(Wilson, J.A., PSS/C)
Wilson, James M., Cpl. Wilson, James, 2 Lt. D/4, Wilson, James Martin Wilson, J.M./ A Wilson, James/ K (Wilson, J.M., Orr's Rifles/L)
Wilson, George A. . . Wilson, G.A./A . .
Wohlford, Gardner . . . . .
Wyatt, A. N. . D/4, Wyatt, John Newton Wyatt, J.N./ A . (Wyatt, J.N., 4th SC Cav./A)
. Wyatt S.T. D/4, Wyatt, Samuel Thompson . . (Wyatt, S.T., 4th SC Cav/C)
Wynn, J. B. . G/4, Wynn, Jeremiah Wynn, Jerry/B . (Wynn, Jeremiah, 16th SCV/C)
Wynn, William . G/4, Wynn, William Wynn, William/ B . (Wynn, William, 3rd Reserves)(Wynn, William J., 4th S.C. Cav.)(Wynn, W., P.B.L.A./A)
Young, E. M. Young, E.M I/4, Young, Marion E. Young, E.M/C . (Young, E. Marion, 6th SC Cav/K
Young, Z. . . . . .
. . . . . .


Virginia Rosters of Company B

Backley, W.C Enlisted in Company B, Sick with Bronchitis, 1/14/64 (Maybe Rackley)
Bagwell, J.E. Enlisted in Company B, Absent 10/64 in Surry County, N.C.
Bagwell, James Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Winchester Hospital 7/64-8/64, with diarrhea.
Barett, J.L. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C. 6/63, Present 11/63-9/64
Barnett, James Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, S.C. 10/64, Present 11/63-9/64
Bentley, George Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C. 6/63, Present 9-10/63 and 8/64
Blakeley, George Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C. 5/63, Present 11/63-8/64
Blakeley, R.D.M. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C. 5/63, Present 11/63-8/64
Blevins, Hamilton Enlisted in Company B, PWR
Bowen, J.I. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 23
Bowen, W.T. Bowen, Wiley, Enlisted in Company H, Wytheville, Va., 7/63, Present 9/10-63 and 4/64
Brazile, S.A. South Carolina Roster
Breazeol, B.B. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 26
Breazeol, D.R. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 28
Breazeol, E. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 25
Breazeol, S.H. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 22
Brown, H.J. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, Paid for 3/63-1/64, Issued Clothing, 2/64
Brown, J.T. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 22, Present 11/63-8/64
Brown, W.S. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 20
Burdine, A.M. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 17, Present 11/63-8/64
Burdine, J.M. Enlisted in Company B, Salem, 8/63, Present 11/63-8/64
Burdine, R.H. South Carolina Roster
Buress, Wm. N. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C., Present 11/63-8/64
Burgess, F.M. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, Corporal, 8/62, Age 22, Absent on horse detail 12/64
Burgess, J.A. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 26
Calhoun, John Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 5/63, Absent on horse detail 12/64
Campbell, T.M. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 4/62, Absent/Hospital 11/63-8/64, Died, 1864
Carroll, N.P. South Carolina Roster
Cartee, M.L. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 26
Casey, M.L. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 8/62, Age 22
Cason, P.E. South Carolina Roster
Chambers, E.R. Enlisted in Company B, Oak Hill, 11/64, Absent in Georgia 12/64, horse detail
Chastine, J.N. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 30
Christopher, T.C. South Carolina Roster
Clardy, J.F. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 22
Cooley, W.H. South Carolina Roster
Couch, Henry Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 20, Present 11/63-8/64
Couch, W.Thomas Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 25, Received clothing, 10/64, Absent Sick SC, 12/64
Cunningham, John South Carolina Roster
Cunningham, T.B. Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, 6/64, Present 11/63-8/64, Absent on horse detail, 12/64
Davenport, D.D. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, 7/64, Present 11/63-8/64
Dickerson, E.R. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 12/62, Present 11/63-8/64, Absent on horse detail, S.C.
Dickerson, W.A. Enlisted in Company B, Anderson, S.C., 12/62, Captured at Liberty, 6/64, Age 21, POW, Camp Chase, exchd, 3/2/65, 5'6", grey eyes, dark hair
Dickinson, J.H. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 21, Absent on horse detail in S.C. 11/63-8/64
Duckett, John W. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 20, Captured at Moorefield, W.Va., 8/64, POW Camp Chase, transferred to Point Lookout 3/65, Exchd 3/65, 5'10", Blue eyes, Dark Hair.
Duke, H.M. South Carolina Roster
Duke, J.T. South Carolina Roster
Duncan, Andrew Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, S.C. 8/64, Transfer from Artillery, Present 11/63-8/64
Earle, A.C. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 22, Served as Captain, resigned for health reasons, 10/64
Earle, J.W. South Carolina Roster
Erskin, J.C. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C., 10/63, Captured at Lynchburg, 6/64, Age 31, POW Camp Chase,
Died in Prison of Pneumonia, 2/1/65, Buried Camp Chase, Grave #1001, 5'8", Grey Eyes, Dark Hair
Erwin, J.B. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 30, Present 11/63-8/64
Fant, E. South Carolina Roster
Farcloth, T.A. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 1863, Age 17, Wounded in Foot, PWR
Farr, B Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, 6/63,Present 11/63-8/64
Farr, J.D. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C., 8/62, KIA at Oldtown, Md., 8/31/64
Fennell, T.G. South Carolina Roster
Flick, John Enlisted in Company B, Par., 6/65, Charleston, W.Va., Age 19, 5'0", Dark Eyes, Dark Hair
Forrest, J.E. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 1/63, Age 17, Present 10/63-10/64
Foster, R.F. Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, S.C., 6/64, Present 11/63-8/64, Transfer from the Artillery
Freeman, J.O Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 28, Present 11/63-8/64
Gaillard, C.D. South Carolina Roster
Glosp, Wm. South Carolina Roster
Godfrey, A South Carolina Roster
Griffin, E.H. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, 4/64, Present 11/63-8/64
Griffin, J.A. South Carolina Roster
Griffin, James W. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 24, Elected 2 Lt., 8/64
Griffin, R.T. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 18, Absent sick in S.C. 1163-8/64
Griffin E.M. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 22,
Grubbs, R.W. South Carolina Roster
Grubbs, W.T. South Carolina Roster
Guston, A.W. Enlisted in Company B, Anderson, S.C., 5/64, Present 11/63-8/64
Haggod, J.W. South Carolina Roster
Hall, William Enlisted in Company B, Captured in Braxton, W.VA., 3/65, Camp Chase
Hambru, David L. Enlisted in Company B, Paid for 9/12-63, (Probably David L. Hembree
Hamilton, W. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 37
Hammond, Wm. A. South Carolina Roster
Hawkins, W.H. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 21,
Hays, Benjamin Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 32, Died of wound in Stauton Hospital 10/64
Heaton, J.C. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 31, Wounded in hospital, Richmond Hospital 1/65, injured left leg
Heaton, Warren R.D. Enlisted in Company B, Beverly, Virginia, 6/64, Deserted 10/64, age 26, 5'8", Blue Eyes, Light hair, Served in 18th Ga.
Hembree, David South Carolina Roster
Hembree, J.E. South Carolina Roster
Hembree, J.G. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 23, Sergeant
Hendrix, F.E. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C., 6/63, KIA 6/64
Hester, J.B. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 6/63, Absent on horse detail 11/63-8/64 roster
Hickman, John South Carolina Roster
Hill, H.B. South Carolina Roster
Hinton, John A. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 32,
Holcomb, Charles, H. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C., 6/63, Age 21, Absent sick in hospital, Issued clothing Staunton Hospital, 12/64
Holtzclaw, J.W. Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, S.C. 6/64, Transfer from Artillery
Horbert, G.S. Enlisted in Company B,, Bur. Milledgeville, Ga., PWR
Howell, J.I. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 24, Corporal, Present 11/63-8/64
Hudson, T.G. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 10/63, PWR
Hunt, R.F. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 30,
Hunt, T.B. Enlisted in Company B, Dublin, 8/62, Present 11/63-8/64
Hunt, T.J. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 26, Present 11/63-8/64
Hunter, Wm. M. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 4/62, Present 11/63-8/64
Irby, B.J. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C. 6/63, Present 11/63-8/64
Jamison, C. Mentioned in U.D.C. account of unit
Jamison, John Enlisted in Company B, Date of Birth 7/4/24, PWR
Johnson, Benjamin Enlisted in Company B, Listed as Captured at Gettysburg in Battalion History (?)
Johnston, J.T. South Carolina Roster
Johnston, S.R. South Carolina Roster
Jolly, J.A. South Carolina Roster
Jones, A.T. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C., 6/63, Teamster, Present 11/63-8/64
Jones, N.B. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 21,
Julien, John Enlisted in Company B, Dublin, 8/62, Age 26, Captured at Lynchburg 6/64, Camp Chase
Kay, L.W. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, 4/62, Age 21, Present 11/63-8/64
Laboon, J.A. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 23
Langson, A.J. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C., 6/63, Present 11/63-8/64
Lawrence, J.R. South Carolina Roster
Lawson, A.J. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 22, Present 11/63-8/64
Lee, D.H. South Carolina Roster
Looper, H.M. Enlisted in Company B, Dublin, 8/62, Sergeant, Present 11/63-8/64
Looper, Jerry Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C. 6/63, Age 21, Present 11/63-8/64
Looper, Joseph Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 4/64, Absent sick in Hospital, Winchester Hospital, 7/64-8/64, Living in Pickens, 1910.
Looper, S.M. Jr. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 5/64, Age 21, Absent sick in Hospital 11/63-8/64 roll
Looper, S.M. Sr. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 4/64, Present 11/63-8/64
Looper, T.P. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 28, Present 11/63-8/64
Looper, W.M. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C, 4/64, Age 21, Died in Hospital at Lynchburg of wounds, 10/64
Marrett, W.A. South Carolina Roster
Martin, A.F. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 22,
Martin, J.F. South Carolina Roster
Martin, W.S. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 26, Present 11/63-8/64
Masengill, Joseph Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, South Carolina, 5/63, Captured at Moorefield, Va., 8/64, age 39, Camp Chase, Died of Pneumonia, 3/65, Grave #1695, 5'6",Grey Eyes, Black Hair
Maxwell, P.E. South Carolina Roster
McAdams, John South Carolina Roster
McCarrell, W.H. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 26, Sergeant
McCoy, J.F. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 19
McFall, W.A. South Carolina Roster
McFall, W.C. South Carolina Roster
McGee, W.R.D. South Carolina Roster
McJunkin, Robert South Carolina Roster
McLeese, J.A. South Carolina Roster
McLeese, W.R. South Carolina Roster
McWhorter, J.A. South Carolina Roster
McWhorter, J.B. South Carolina Roster
Miller, Jacob South Carolina Roster
Milwee, R.B Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 19, Captured at Opequon Creek, 9/64, Camp Chase, 6'0", Blue Eyes, Dark Hair
Mitchell, J.W. Enlisted in Company B, Captured at Strasburg, 9/64, Point Lookout
Morgan, J.H. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 22
Morgan, W.M. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 20
Morris, J.W. South Carolina Roster
Mosley, T.H. Enlisted in Company B, Dublin, 8/62, Present 11/63-8/64
Moss, Miles Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, 5/63, Absent with horse detail 11/63-8/64 roster
Mulligan, B.W. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 25, Resigned 1/64
Nally, J.N. South Carolina Roster
Nolly, J. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 20, (Probably Nally, J.N.)
Owens, Duke South Carolina Roster
Palmer, C. South Carolina Roster
Pickle, W.J. South Carolina Roster
Pickrell, W.R. South Carolina Roster
Pitts, William South Carolina Roster
Ponder, J.M. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 2/63, Present 11/63-8/64, In Richmond Hospital 7/64
Ponder, W.M. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 4/64, Absent in Hospital 11/63-8/64
Porter, James H. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 18, Present 11/63-8/64 Living in Pickens in 1910
Prince, W.M. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 21, AWOL 11/63-8/64
Richey, J.R. South Carolina Roster
Roberson, A.P. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C., 6/63, Present 11/63-8/64
Roberson, J.A. Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, S.C., 6/64, Present 11/63-8/64
Rockley, W.B. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 30, Present 11/63-8/64, Richmond Hospital, 1/64 for debilitas (Maybe Rackley)
Rodgers, John C. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C. 6/63, Age 25, Captured at Greenbriar, W.Va., 10/63, Camp Chase moved to Rock Island, 1/64
Rooper, M. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 4/63, Present 11/63-8/64 (Probably Looper)
Rooper, T.L. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 4/63, Captured in Greenbrier, W.Va., 10/63, Point Lookout, Died in Prison of Diarrhea
Runion, Andrew M. Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, S.C., 6/64, Captured at Fisher's Hill, 9/64, Point Lookout, Exchanged, 2/65
Runion, Phillip Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, S.C., 6/64, Present 11/63-8/64
Sadler, A.S. South Carolina Roster
Sanders, W.M. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 12/62, Present 11/63-8/64
Seawright, W.M. Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, S.C., 5/64, Present 11/63-8/64
See, J.O. Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, S.C., 4/62, Richmond Hospital #9 1/65
Sherley, B.F. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 19, Present 11/63-8/64
Sherly, W.C. South Carolina Roster
Sherly, W.C. South Carolina Roster
Simmons, D.L. South Carolina Roster
Simmons, W.H. South Carolina Roster
Simpson, J.R. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 27, Detailed as Wagon Master
Singleton, H.M. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C. 4/63, Absent Wounded, Admitted Richmond Hospital, 8/64 (Author of U.D.C. account)
Sizemore, E. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 24, Issued clothing, 3/64
Skelton, J.O. South Carolina Roster
Smith, B.F. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 20, Absent Wounded
Smith, J.G. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 22, Present 11/63-8/64
Smith, J.S. South Carolina Roster
Smith, Peter Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C., 6/63, Died from disease, 8/64
Smith, W.L. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 28, KIA 9/64, Buried in Stonewall Cemetery, Winchester, Va.
Smith, W.S. Enlisted in Company G, Greenville, S.C., 6/63, AWOL, 10/64
Stewart, A.J. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, 9/62, Present 11/63-8/64
Stewart, T.W. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 20, Present 11/63-8/64
Stone, A.N. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 21
Stroud, N. James Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, S.C., 6/64, AWOL
Suber, L. South Carolina Roster
Talley, J.A. Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, S.C., 6/64, Present 11/63-8/64, Transfer from the Artillery
Trotter, J.S. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 8/62, Captured at Opequon Creek, 9/64, Age 41, Camp Chase
Waldrop, W.I. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 12/62, Present 11/63-8/64, Discharged from S.C. Hospital, 5/65
Wallace, M.W. South Carolina Roster
Wardlaw, A.C. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 24
Watkins, E.H. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, S.C., 4/62, Age 27, Captured and wounded at Middletown, Md., 7/64, In Maryland Hospital, wounded thigh, Point Lookout, Exchanged, 10/64
Watkins, W.C. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 21. KIA, Moorefield, W.Va. 8/64
Watson, C.M. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 22
Watson, D.S. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 23
Watson, J.N. South Carolina Roster
Werner, E. South Carolina Roster
West, Samuel G. Second Lt, Company B, Absent sick on 11/63-8/64 roster, Charlottesville Hospital, Wounded Arm, 10/64
West, Thomas W. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 9/62, Age 20, Present 11/63-8/64
White, A.F. Enlisted in Company B, Salem, 7/63, Present 11/63-8/64
Whitmore, W.M. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 28, Present 11/63-8/64
Williams, J. Silas Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, 9/62
Williams, J.B. Enlisted in Company B, 3/64, Died in Service
Williams, Joseph S. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 24, Present 11/63-8/64
Williams, P.H. Enlisted in Company B, Carter Station, 3/64, Age 20, Absent on Horse Detail 11/63-8/64 roster
Willis, William Sr. Enlisted in Company B, PWR
Willson, James A. South Carolina Roster
Wilson, George A. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Captured 7/63 in Greenbrier Co., W.Va. Camp Chase, Transferred to Rock Island, Age 22, 8'9", Dark Eyes, Light Hair
Wilson, James, M. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 24, Captured at Opequin Creek 9/64, Camp Chase, Pardon, 6/65, 5'11", Blue Eyes, Sandy Hair
Wohlford, Gardner Enlisted in Company B, 1864, PWR
Wyatt, A.N. Enlisted in Company B, Richmond, 4/62, Age 23, Sergeant
Wyatt, S.T. South Carolina Roster
Wynn, J.B. Enlisted in Company B, Greenville, S.C. 11/64, Present 11/63-8/64 roster
Wynn, William Enlisted in Company B, Columbia, 10/64, Present 11/63-64 roster
Young E.M. South Carolina Roster
Young, Z. Enlisted in Company B, Pickens, 5/63, Absent on Horse Detail 11/63-8/64 roster
Others: .
Cowan, J.P. Enlisted as Lt. in Company C, Resigned 9/63, Lived in S.C. After the War



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